Old Navy Black Friday 2015 Ad Is Here

Posted: Nov 18 2015, 9:37am CST | by , in Black Friday 2019


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Old Navy Black Friday 2015 Ad is Here

The Old Navy Black Friday 2015 Ad leaked. The Old Navy Black Friday 2015 Sale is though not just about deals.

The Old Navy Black Friday 2015 Ad has surfaced online. Old Navy will offer a simple Black Friday deal in stores. Customers will get 50% off their entire purchase from 4pm Thanksgiving Day until stores close on Black Friday. The discount gets reduced to 40% on Saturday and 30% on Sunday.

Why such a simple straight forward Black Friday deal requires a 9 page ad is surprising. The ad is highlighting various types of apparel. I assume to inspire customers what to get half off on Black Friday in Old Navy stores.

The Old Navy Black Friday 2015 sale is starting at 9pm Pacific Time on Wednesday, November 25 and last through 9pm Pacific Time on Friday, November 27 on oldnavy.com. The Old Navy online store will offer doorbuster items at 50% and 60% off, and 40% off everything else. On Saturday, November 28, all outerwear will be half off, with 30% off everything else online. The online Old Navy Black Friday 2015 sale begins at 9pm on Wednesday, Nov. 25.

Lining up for the Old Navy Black Friday 2015 sale can win Black Friday shoppers a $1 million. Old Navy offers for the third year in a row one of the biggest Black Friday sweepstakes.

Old Navy says that this year are the best odds of winning the $1 million prize. The first 50 people to line up at each Old Navy store in North America will receive a game card giving them a chance to win. The Overnight Millionaire winner will be randomly selected on November 27, 2015 at 7pm Eastern Time.

Old Navy clearly sees customer traction on Black Friday with the $1 million giveaway, else the retailer would have stopped doing it. It apparently works to pull Black Friday shoppers to the Old Navy stores.

More than 800 Old Navy stores across the U.S. will open at 4pm local time on Thursday, November 26 and remain open until midnight on Black Friday, November 27.

The Old Navy Black Friday 2015 ad is available on Blackfriday.com.

Old Navy is a global apparel and accessories brand that makes current American essentials accessible to every family. Originated in 1994, the brand has now grown to be the #1 apparel brand in the U.S. A division of San Francisco-based Gap Inc.

All Black Friday 2015 ads have been released and with the release of the Amazon Black Friday 2015 deals, the best Black Friday 2015 deals are revealed.

Find the best deals in our Black Friday 2015 Deal Guides to make your Black Friday 2015 shopping list. Browse all released Black Friday 2015 Ads.

We will bring you extensive rumors, news, ads, deals and reviews of everything Black Friday 2015 has to offer and will guide you to the hottest bargains like we did in the past years.

Read the latest Black Friday 2015 News, find the best Black Friday 2015 deals and browse our Top 50 Holiday Tech Gifts Guide for gift ideas.

If you have a question about Black Friday, drop a comment below or email us, we are here to help. Connect with Black Friday shoppers in our Black Friday Community on Facebook. Black Friday 2015 is on November 27th, 2015. The Black Friday 2015 sale begin midnight Thanksgiving Day online and as early as 6am in stores. Most major retailer open their stores at 5pm and 6pm on Thanksgiving Day.

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